Vietnam veterans who got few thanks for their service since the controversial war were finally appreciated on an honor flight to Washington, D.C. to visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
At least ten flags displayed on highway overpasses were vandalized with police still looking for the culprits.
A Chicago Tribune columnist bared her true feelings about America in a Thursday piece about Colin Kaepernick.
New Jersey breakfast diners gave "Fox & Friends" their take on patriotism and the media's coverage of the Russia probe.
Jesse Watters asked Arizona State University students questions from the citizenship test all immigrants to the United States must take.
A Missouri woman's apartment complex backtracked after telling her to take her American flag down from her porch, after saying "storage" is not allowed on porches, "Fox & Friends" reported.
A 19-year-old U.S. soldier was able to come home for the first time since Christmas when a total stranger bought him a plane ticket for Memorial Day weekend.
Parcel carrier FedEx is maintaining its support of a driver who intervened in a public protest in Iowa where several people were desecrating and burning American flags.
As 2016 draws to a close, take a look back at some of the most inspirational stories of patriotism from the past year.
Before a volleyball game at San Antonio's Holmes High School, the national anthem recording stopped working. Rather than skip it, a senior named Marina Garcia sprang into action.
Referencing San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s continued refusal to stand for the national anthem over perceived police brutality and other race-related issues, Bill O’Reilly offered his take on the ongoing controversy.
A unique illustration of patriotism in a California neighborhood last week has since gone viral.